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in chicago white mood was a bit more somber in boston. we will take you to both presidential camps to see what both men had to say. >> maryland makes history becoming one the first states to legalize same sex marriage. how voters turned out in support of question 6. >> and get ready to double down table games coming to maryland after voters approved question 7. we will tell you what that means on this wednesday november 7th. good morning maryland i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. we have you covered as far as the election if you went to bed and woke up wondering how things shaped up we have you covered. >> also got you covered on the weather side lynette standing by with news you need to know about as you make your way out of the door. >> reporter: lots going on this morning. and we have been talking about the nor'easter and it's pretty much here bringing rain across the area a wintery mix a little earlier that rain snow mix will continue as we head throughout the day. and we can see mainly rain now along the eastern shore and this is going to slide up toward the north a
to run trains between boston and connecticut and they're still trying to remove the water from the tunnels in new york city and trains are expected to have slow running limited service starting tomorrow. >>> in the wake of sandy, two wireless giants are coming together to help the victims of the storm. at&t and t-mobile will allow customers in the storm zone to make cals on either network without enduring any roaming charges. >>> senator barbara mccull ski she's touring the red cross disaster center station. workers and volunteers have been deployed to help those who are affected by the storm. today and tomorrow all fares on trains, subways and buses in new york city will be free. the governor wants to encourage people to take mass transit. the army corps of engineers is bringing in high speed pumps devices to help clear wate in the tuns. >>> the 2012 country music awards are tonight. brad paisley is co-hosting the store along with carrie underwood. it starts at 8:00. >>> you hate getting gas because it seems to get more and more expensive every day. today you could be in luck
but in concession speech to supporters in boston romney conveyed a message of university the and defeat. >> i so wish i was able to fulfill your hopes to lead the country in a different direction. but the nation chose another leader and so ann and i join with you to ernestly pray for him and for the great nation. >> reporter: the president says he looks forward to working with the former opponent in the future. >> in the weeks ahead i look forward to sitting down with governor romney to talk about where we can work together to move this country forward. >> reporter: the president in his victory speech took abipartisan tone saying americans voted for action and not politics as usual but again keep in mind, this is a democratic president who will be dealing with a house that is run by republicans and a senate run bydemocrats and again the same set up facing the same divisions we have seen over the last four years. that's the very latest from chicago. i am george howell reporting. >>> smoking pot for recreation is legal in two states. voters in washington and colorado voted to approve measures that
and boston to see what the presidential candidates are doing on this election day. >> and the war against soda not just in new york, a hospital now banning it altogether. >>> you're watching the station that works for you. now good morning maryland.
in the water in the 2300 block of boston street. that's on the pier side. she was rescued from the water by officers and the marine unit and taken to a local hospital. right now police are not sure how she ended up in the water and police tell us the information is preliminary and it could change. now officers say there was nothing suspicious at the scene. a person walking in that area saw the woman in the water and immediately contacted police. reporting live in federal hill, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> all new this morning another popular energy drink is now under fire. >> the fda is investigating five hour energy drinks. and it is possible that it is linked to more than a dozen deaths. >> abc2 news linda so is live this morning with the details. linda, how many people have died from this? >> reporter: over the last four years the fda has received reports that 13 people have died all possibly linked to the five hour energy drink. this comes just a couple overweenings after the fda consider of weeks after -- of weeks after the fda began investigating five deaths possibly linked to m
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